Gilson, Etienne

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Gilson, Etienne

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1884-1978

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Etienne Gilson was a professor of philosophy at universities in France and an internationally renowned scholar by the time he lectured at St. Michael's College in 1927. He was the founder (1929), along with the Basilian Fathers, of the Institute of Mediaeval Studies, which became The Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (PIMS) in 1939, for the purpose of graduate studies in philosophy.

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University of St. Michael's College Archives

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